Can you get married if you are common law married?
Couples recognized as married by common law enjoy many of the same benefits as legally married couples, provided they have lived in a state that recognizes common law for most of their marriage. Qualifying for employer benefits through their spouse (i.e. health insurance) Exemption from the gift tax.
Can you have 2 legal names?
You can use two names, however you need to choose only one “legal” name and use it exclusively for things like your driver’s license, employment & income tax forms and filings, any contract you may execute, etc.
What is considered my full legal name?
Full legal name means an individual’s first name, middle name(s), and last name or surname, without use of initials or nicknames. Full legal name means the applicant’s first name, middle name(s), and last name, without the use of initials or nicknames, as it appears on the applicant’s presented source documents.
Is an AKA a legal name?
An abbreviation for “also known as,” typically used before an alternate name such as a nickname, a maiden or married name, or an alias.
Can you legally have no last name?
Single names There is no law preventing you from being known by a single name, or mononym — that is, a first name only, with no surname — and HM Passport Office should accept such a name, although they may be more sceptical of your application.